This is a Prelinger Mash Up that comments on today's society and drug use. It serves as a warning of the realities of drug use while using footage from the fifties and Sixties promotional films. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Heroin, Drugs, Danger, Club Kids, Addicts, Politics, films about drugs
Lo-Fi audio soundtracks to Public Domain Film Mashups. Thanks to Bob Littlehales for his low-note twang, Charlie Wise for his meandering fiddle and to Randy Britt, who had never picked up a Balalaika before. Thanks to a cheap lo-fi cassette recorder for capturing the groove. Topics: Ken Hopson, kwhopson, Bob Littlehales, Randy Britt, Charlie Wise, The Shed, Hey Little Roma, Roma,...
A video for the track Homegrown, using Frigidaire Finale 1957, from the Prelinger archives. http://www.archive.org/details/Frigidai1957 Topics: elelctronic, music, independent, pop, art, pablo, perez, video
A collection of unusual short clips, taken exclusively from the freely downloadable movies at www.archive.org, set to an original, butt-stomping score. Includes antique nudity. Many excellent examples of the weird wonders hiding in the Prelinger Archives. There are two more compilations in this series, even cooler than this one! Download them now! http://www.archive.org/movies/details-db.php?id=4653 http://www.archive.org/movies/details-db.php?id=4655 This movie is available as a DVD-compliant... ( 6 reviews ) Topics: Clipfilms, Prelinger Archival Footage
Everybody drinks coffee. How about a clip about it? How About A Percolator features the stentorian Chet Huntley and his bevy of post-modern women giving frank opinions against a dance track bubbling out of a Boss MRS-1044. Careful! Contents may be hot! How About A Percolator is one of the latest fab video clips from Lyndon Lorenz, releasing the work as Lyn Faber exclusively for the viewers at the Open Source Archive. As usual, special thanks go to The Prelinger Archives at www.archive.org for... Topics: coffee, women, percolator, americana, consumerism, design
dj YardSale presents... the third idea mash-ups of the public domain The Third Idea is a collection of mash-up videos using material from the website archive.org. Each video is composed of one song and one video - all from the public domain â with the video recut to match the audio. The Third Idea is the implied narrative created by the combination of imagery and music. Itâs not a revolutionary concept but the source material provides a compelling commentary about creativity, intellectual... Topics: bowling, mashups, djYardSale